Frank Beede only played one season for the Aggies in 1995, but that was enough to earn the big Californian 2nd Team All American honors before signing a free agent contract with the Seattle Seahawks. Prior to joining the Aggies, Beede had spent his first three seasons at the University of California where he earned Honorable Mention All Pac 10 honors while participating in two bowl games, the 1991 Citrus Bowl and the 1993 Alamo Bowl.
During his 5 year career with the Seahawks, Beede logged 8 starts while appearing in 46 games. In 1996, Beede became the first free agent signee to start for the Seahawks in franchise history.
After leaving the Seahawks, Beede enjoyed a six year career with the San Jose Sabercats of the Arena Football League where he played on three Arena Bowl Championship teams retiring in 2007 after winnning his third Arena Bowl Title.
At the present time, Beede is a history teacher and coaches the offensive line at Freedom High School in Oakley, California.